Google Books Dispute Takes Unpredicted Twist [Business | Google]

Five universities are being sued for their part in scanning millions of copyrighted books. It’s an unexpected development in the ongoing legal wrangling over Google’s Book Search service. Google began scanning books and first made them available to the public in 2004, with the idea of making it possible to search for phrases in printed books in the same way as on web pages. However, this led to legal action from groups representing both authors and publishers who complained that Google had scanned books without permission. Deal Brought Into Question The two sides eventually reached a …

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